Share our collection of Grandma poems with your Grandmother. Poems for and about grandmothers expressing our love and appreciation - poems for and about grandmothers.
We all need people in our lives who encourage us and believe in us. A
Grandmother is one of those special people who can do just that. Their love
and support can be one of the most encouraging aspects of our life. They can
be a role model for us.
We hope these poems reflect your feelings for your Grandma, Nana, Grandmother!
Grandmother, this poem is to tell you I appreciate you
I cannot express my thanks for all you do
You make me laugh when I want to cry
You always encourage me to try
Your stories they inspire me
To be the best that I could be
Thank you, Grandma, I love you so
In my life, you are my rainbow!
Grandma, you deserve a cheer
We love you for that have no fear
You are truly one of a kind
Of that, we want to remind!
You make us laugh, you make us smile
For us, you always go the extra mile.
We often say we love you more
But then who is keeping score!
Who Is The One Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
Who brings cookies and treats to you
Who thinks you're great in all you do
Who is the one who doesn't care
If you wake up like a bear.
Who loves you unconditionally?
Who always makes you so happy
Who is the one who wants for your success
And always wants to see you filled with happiness.
Who is the one who is always caring
Who is the one that is always sharing
Who is the one who soothes the frights
And will stay up with you all night.
Who is the one that with bubbles will blow
Who is the one who will play in the snow
Who is the one that always smiles
And pushes you to go that extra mile.
Who is the one that always guides
Who is the one that shows so much pride
Who is the one whom I have such a bond
Why it is - Grandma that I am so fond.
Always There Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
Nana, you always had time for me
To read a book or just let me be.
You're never said another day
You were always willing to sit down and play
And now the years are passing by
And our age seems to multiply
But our love for you will always be
So strong for you to see
Over the years
We shared some tears
But we always saw the sun
And always had so much fun
Thank you, my Grandmother, for loving me
You're the best Grandmother that could be!
Sunshine To My Life Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
The days of the past
Seemed to have gone so fast
But memories we each have
And for that I am glad
A grandmother like you
Keeps us all from being blue
In me you always see, and in me,
You always believed
You built me up when giving up
Is what I want to do
You bring sunshine to my life,
I am glad you are mine.
In case I have not said it enough over the years
I love you Grandma and think of you as dear.
Make Life Nice Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
If children are sugar and spice
Grandma's are what make life nice.
Full of love
Sent from God above
To guide us and a listening ear
The unspoken words they do hear
They always have time
Night or daytime
Oh, Grandma's make life nice
We always appreciate their advice!!
Grandmas Are Poet: Unknown
Grandmas are for stories
About things of long ago.
Grandmas are for caring
About all the things you know.
Grandmas are for rocking you
And singing you to sleep.
Grandmas are for giving you
Nice memories to keep.
Grandmas are for knowing
All the things you're dreaming of
But, most importantly of all,
Grandmas are for love!
Oh, Grandma, I love you so,
Your love and guidance always show.
You’re always there for me with a strong embrace,
I need not doubt you and your wise grace.
Your unwavering loyalty guides me from strife,
To make the right decisions in life.
Your cherished advice is hard to deny,
And has helped me become who I am inside.
Without you beside me, I don’t know what I’d do,
I just want to say, a big thank you!
Thinking of You Grandma Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
I think about you often, Grandma dear;
Your care and wisdom so clear;
Your lessons of life and love offered true;
Profound advice that I still pursue.
You're the rock that steadies my course -
An ever-shining light, like a torch;
Helping me through times good and bad:
In you, I feel nothing will make me sad.
In my heart your place will always remain;
You're an amazing Grandma in life's domain;
My treasured memories with you abound;
Your love surpasses all around.
Grandmother's Baby Poet: Margaret E. Sangster
Thirty years ago, my baby,
A baby just like you,
With golden fluff in silken rings,
And shining eyes of blue,
Came like a little angel,
To fill my life with love,
His dimpled hand was stronger then
Than all the hosts above.
But 'ere I knew it, baby,
So fast the swift years ran,
My darling was a romping lad,
And then a bearded man.
My darling went a-wooing,
In honest joy and pride ;
And as his father did before,
He brought him home a bride.
And I, a foolish mother,
Felt somehow left alone;
And the boy who was my first-born son
Seemed not so much my own.
"We mothers are so jealous,
So selfish, I'm afraid;
With so much earthly leaven.
Our scales are often weighed.
Now here are you, my baby,
Son of my son, so fair,
The hope of all our household,
Of all our line the heir.
Prince Royal; little comfort;
There ne'er was babe so sweet;
From golden head and violet eyes,
To darling dainty feet.
Thirty years ago, my baby,
I tell it in your ear,
Another nursling, just like you,
Came from the angels here.
I lost him in the whirlpool
Of the rough world long ago;
And now the angels bring him back —
That's why I love you so!
Grandymother Says Poet: Lucy Scott
When Grandymother was a child,
A long, long time ago,
She says there were no motor-cars.
It's funny if it's so.
She says the busses used to have
Bright pictures on the side.
And did not go to Central Park,
Just think what a short ride!
And then they called them "stages,"
And in winter they had sleighs.
But now they clean the snow away,
I don't like all new ways.
But we can go up on the Drive
And see the river there,
A man named Hudson found it first.
It must have made him stare!
I don't think that she knew him,
My Grandmother, I mean,
But then of course she's very old,
And lots of things has seen.
Her hair is very nearly white.
And she's very busy too.
Because we children always make.
So many things to do.
There were not any trolleys then.
They only had horse cars.
And instead of all the steamships
There were vessels with great spars.
(I wonder what she means by "spars"
And didn't they have steam?
She talks so very quickly.
It's like a running stream!)
Grandmother, You Are Poet: Unknown
Grandmother, you are like a patchwork quilt
So cozy and warm.
Just the smell of coffee
Reminds me of your wisdom and charm.
I know I can always come to you
When lost or alone.
For you always comfort me
And make me feel at home.
You are the silver lining of a cloudy day.
And I know whom can trust
When clouds blow my way.
Grandmother, your hugs and kisses
Will be stored in my heart each day.
Grandma Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
a hug, a kiss
you are always missed.
comfort to me
if only I could be
more like her in every way.
Grandma, we love you
we love all that you do
to make us feel special and so loved
you are sent from above!!
We hope the poems and verses reflect your thoughts about your Grandma. For those who
still have their Grandma in their life, appreciate her and give her lots of love. And
for those whose Grandmothers have passed, cherish the memories! Remember
someday you will be a grandparent learn from yours, appreciate them, love them,
and make them feel special!